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Wildcat Cartridges

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    Interesting to see the 6MM wildcats. Now that the US military might be moving to the 6.8MM X 43, maybe thier wildcating did some good. The 6.8MM is one hell of an all around good bullet.

    Jay

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    I guess the 17-223 is the forerunner of the commercial 17HMR. What is the story behind the fat 6mm?

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    I guess the 17-223 is the forerunner of the commercial 17HMR. What is the story behind the fat 6mm?
    Hi,the 6mm PPC,or 6mm Palmisando-Pindel Cartridge was a wildcat made from the 220 Russian case,now factory cases are available,lots of info on the `net on this competition winning round.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Interesting. At a first glance i thought it was fased out long ago. I see know it's the older brother of the 6.5mm Grendel. A really good round i only have seen demonstrated. Never shot it. Did not knew that specific benchrest rounds is made.

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    Here`s some more bench rest rounds,and another wildcat,7mm-06.The BR`s are,220 Russian,22PPC,6mm PPC,7mmBR.
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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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